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Melbourne's Flinders Street Station lit up during White Night, 2018. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

How Melbourne beat out Sydney to become Australia’s creative hub

Melbourne isn't known as Australia's creative hub by chance. This is the result of a very deliberate, and very successful, campaign.

Mayne: Bob Carr v Four Corners on China’s influence in Canberra

Plus eight other pollies and their various corporate interests.

City Link has been one of the worst deals any government anywhere has ever negotiated on behalf of its motorists.

Mayne: Transurban out-plays Victorian governments of all stripes

City Link has been one of the worst deals any government anywhere has ever negotiated on behalf of its motorists.

Pauline Hanson is trying her hand at another political comeback. Freelance writer <b>Sally Whyte</b> looks back through history at Australian politicians who came in from the political wilderness to electoral glory.

The Pauline precedent: our greatest political comebacks

Pauline Hanson is trying her hand at another political comeback. Freelance writer Sally Whyte looks back through history at Australian politicians who came in from the political wilderness to electoral glory.

John Brumby's appointment to the COAG Reform Council is shabby and undeserved for a man of his parochial, protectionist record as premier of Victoria.

Brumby as COAG reformer? The last person you’d want

John Brumby's appointment to the COAG Reform Council is shabby and undeserved for a man of his parochial, protectionist record as premier of Victoria.

The ALP suits crammed into the function room of Lygon Street's legendary La Notte restaurant last Thursday to celebrate the first meeting of the Victorian party's new think tank 'Progressive Network' were restless.

ALP think tanks sprout, but who’s talking policy?

The ALP suits crammed into the function room of Lygon Street's legendary La Notte restaurant last Thursday to celebrate the first meeting of the Victorian party's new think tank 'Progressive Network' were restless.

Two contrasting ALP state election reviews have been launched in the last week and the differences between them is stark, and for the NSW party a tad embarrassing.

A tale of two election reviews, by the NSW and Vic ALP

Two contrasting ALP state election reviews have been launched in the last week and the differences between them is stark, and for the NSW party a tad embarrassing.

The by-election to replace former Victorian Premier John Brumby has been set for February 19. Labor's state administrative committee will meet next week, presumably to smooth the path for property developer (and brother of Eddie) Frank McGuire, writes <b>William Bowe</b>.

Maguire the favourite for Broadmeadows
by-election

The by-election to replace former Victorian Premier John Brumby has been set for February 19. Labor's state administrative committee will meet next week, presumably to smooth the path for property developer (and brother of Eddie) Frank McGuire, writes William Bowe.

Australia's first election for the year will be a rather sedate affair.

Not much of a contest in Broadmeadows

Australia's first election for the year will be a rather sedate affair.

The following events have been confirmed for the 2011 electoral calendar: NSW Labor's date for an election shellacking will be March 26, Johm Brumby's exit from politics will result in a by-election in a safe seat and four of the 15 seats in Tasmania's Legislative Council will become vacant this year, writes <b>William Bowe</b>.

So far on the 2011 electoral calendar

The following events have been confirmed for the 2011 electoral calendar: NSW Labor's date for an election shellacking will be March 26, Johm Brumby's exit from politics will result in a by-election in a safe seat and four of the 15 seats in Tasmania's Legislative Council will become vacant this year, writes William Bowe.

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